Idaho's Greatest Whitetails

When you open Idaho’s Greatest Whitetails, be prepared to be amazed and overwhelmed. The Gem State has produced some of the biggest and most spectacular whitetails west of the Mississippi, and this collectible book allows you to see them all together in their finest form. With great stories and many first-person accounts, you’ll hear how they were taken - often in exciting, harrowing, and completely unexpected ways.

This book follows Idaho’s Greatest Mule Deer and Idaho’s Greatest Elk as the third book in an ongoing series that will eventually capture a significant amount of Idaho’s big game hunting history. Written by an Idaho native with 30 years of Idaho hunting experience, Idaho’s Greatest Whitetails is the definitive book on Idaho whitetail hunting history and heritage.

Included within these pages are:

  • Nearly 500 full-color photos of Idaho’s most amazing trophy whitetails.
  • Sections on Idaho’s greatest non-typicals and typicals.
  • A complete analysis of where Idaho’s Boone and Crockett-class whitetails come from, as well as past and current trends.
  • A special field photo section.
  • Some of Idaho’s most spectacular shed antlers.

Join us in this special tribute to the ghosts of the Idaho forest. It’s a book sure to occupy a special place on your mantle for many years to come.

To order, please call 208-253-0002, or you can send a check or money order to IGBG, Box 2, Council, ID 83612. Idaho's Greatest Whitetails retails for $29.99 + $6.50 S&H (ID residents please add $1.80 tax).


Photo info (top to bottom): 1) Deanna Dixon poses with her 192-4/8 non-typical, taken near Priest River in 1992. What a great photo! 2) Rodney Thurlow’s 213-5/8 non-typical is one of Idaho’s most impressive whitetails ever. It gross scores near 240. 3) Levi Hunt took this massive buck in Bonner County in 2008. Everything in this photo shows what northern Idaho is all about. 4) Rusty Kirtley’s giant 175-7/8 typical was taken in Nez Perce County in 2000.


Here's just a small sample of what's inside of Idaho's Greatest Whitetails: